By Mirella S. Miller
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This experiment will show you how light rays bend. field of vision (FEELD OF VIZH-uhn): Your field of vision is the total area you see with your eyes when you look at something. Your field of vision is less with only one eye. frequencies (FREE-kwuhn-seez): Frequencies are the number of vibrations each second in light or sound waves. The frequencies of light have different colors. prediction (pri-DIKT-shun): A prediction is what you think will happen in the future. His prediction that black is made from one color was wrong.
Look at your photographs. What happened as the black dots got wet? The ink spread out on the coffee filter. The black became different colors. 28 What Is Your Conclusion? Were you right? Black is made from many different colors. The ink dissolved in the water. It spread across the coffee filter with the water. The ink showed the colors hidden inside black. This does not just work on black. Try it with other colored markers. All of the colors we see are mixes of three colors. They are red, yellow, and blue.
Glossary conclusion (kuhn-KLOO-shuhn): A conclusion is what you learn from doing an experiment. Her conclusion is that light can be seen in water. 30 dissolved (di-ZOLVD): Something that is dissolved seems to disappear when mixed with a liquid. The ink dissolved in the water. experiment (ek-SPER-uh-ment): An experiment is a test or way to study something to learn facts. This experiment will show you how light rays bend. field of vision (FEELD OF VIZH-uhn): Your field of vision is the total area you see with your eyes when you look at something.